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From: "Mary Riseling" <>
Subject: 1-June 27, 1921 Murphysboro Daily Republican Era
Date: Fri, 28 Oct 2005 21:45:00 -0500
NOTE: THE FOLLOWING HEADLINE FROM THIS PAPER DOESN'T HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH JACKSON COUNTY PEOPLE BUT I FOUND IT IRONIC CONSIDERING THE WHITE SOX WON IN THE WORLD SERIES.
Ballplayers Go On Trial
Accused White Sox and Gamblers Present When Case Opens in Chicago-1919 World Series Scandal Case Called Before Judge Friend
Bride of Five Weeks Dies Sunday
Mrs. John Beasley of DeSoto, Victim of Typhoid
Mrs. Clara Katherine BEASLEY became the bride of John BEASLEY five weeks ago Sunday, June 26, and death came to part them Sunday night. The young woman died of typhoid fever at their home in DeSoto township and her wedding dress will be her funeral garb. She was married Sunday, May 22, and took sick of typoid Saturday, June 18. She was ill only one week and one day, and passed away at 10:40 clock Sunday night.
Clara Katherine BOTTERBUSCH was born August 29, 1893. She leaves her husband, her father and mother, Mr. & Mrs. Charles BOTTERBUSCH of DeSoto township and two brothers, Ed and Henry BOTTERBUSCH of the same townshhip.
Deceased was a member of the Royal Neighbors and of the Lutheran church at DeSoto. Her pastor, Rev. ZIMBACK, will conduct her funeral servicesat the home at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon and the body will be buried in the DeSoto cemetery.
Bob Riseling Marries Girl From Benton
Wed at First M.E. Parsonage Here Sunday Noon
Robert C. RISELING of Murphysboro and Miss Louise L. HUTCHCRAFT of Benton were married at the parsonage of the First M.E. church in Murphysboro at 12:30 o'clock Sunday noon, the pastor, Rev. O. L. MARKMAN, performing the marriage rites and using the ring ceremony.
`The bridal couple was attended by Mr. & Mrs. Maynard F. PERKINS of this city. Immediately after the ceremony the bride and groom and Mr. & Mrs. Perkins went to the home of the young man's parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. E. RISELING, where his mother served a four course dinner.
The bride wore a dark blue tricoltine traveling suit and hat to match and she and Mrs. Perkins wore corsages of roses.
Mrs. Riseling is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. H. S. HURCHCRAFT of Benton. Her father is a mine examiner there. She graduated with the 1921 class of Benton high school. She is an accomplished musician and a member of the Methodist church. She is of the brunette type of beauty, a pretty and charming girl.
Mr. Riseling, son of Dr. & Mrs. Charles E. RISELING of 230 North 15th street, was born and reared in Murphysboro and was educated in the city schools and the Murphysboro Township High School, having graduated with the class of 1919. He is an electrician and registered radio operator and is employed with the St. Louis Westinghouse battery company at its Murphysboro service station. He is a member of the First Methodist church. The beginning of the young couple's courtship dates back three years.
Mr. & Mrs. Riseling are at home at 230 North Fifteenth.
Sam Wild Gets Fifty Year Jewel
Third Local Odd Fellow to Get Jewel This Year
S. J. SHOMAKER on Monday received a fifty year diamond jewel for Sam Wild, Sr., which Grand Secretary John H. SIKES of the Illinois Odd Fellows forwarded to Mr. Shomaker after having satisfied himself that Mr. WIld had been an Odd Fellow continuously for fifty years. Mr. Shomaker presented the diamond jewel to Mr. Wild Monday, and in the fall there will be a public or formal presentation with appropriate ceremonies.
Mr. Wild was the third Murphysboro Odd Fellow to recieve the diamond jewel on the order this year. P. W. GRIFFITH and C. M. BRADLEY having received their jewels two or three months ago. Last week 42 Murphysboro Odd Fellows got 25 year jewels.
Sam Wild, Sr., became and Odd Fellow in 1871, joining Mt. Carbon lodge and remaining a member of that lodge until 1890 when it was merged with Amity lodge of Murphysboro. Then Mr. Wild became a member of Amity lodge through consolidation and has held membership in that lodge ever since.
Mr. Wild has been a resident of Murphysboro for more than fifty years and is highly regarded here. His many friends congratulate him upon rounding out a half century of membership in the order of the three links.
Mrs. Hester Bencini Dead
Mrs. Hester BENCINI, died Sunday evening at 8:45 at the home of her son, E. L. BENCINI, of 2225 Pine street with a complication of diseases. She has been ill for the past 18 months. Mrs. Bencini was born in Collinsville, Ill., March 1, 1857. At the time of her death she was 64 years old. For the past several years she has resided in Hurst with her son, William, until four weeks ago she was brought to this city. She was a member of the Methodist church and was a good christian woman.
She was married in Trenton, Tenn., in 1873. Her husband died in 1912. She leaves one brother, William BAILEY, of St. Louis, Mo., and two sons, E. L. of Pine street and William of Hurst.
Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 at the Methodist church, Rev. O. L. MARKMAN, pastor of the church, will officiate. Burial in Tower Grove cemetery.
Mrs. Bencini was the wife of William BENCINI, for years a conductor and Murphysboro yardmaster for the Mobile and Ohio, and they resided in this city a long time. She made her home with her son, William, after the death of her husband a dozen years ago. She is well and favorably known in Murphysboro as a good christian woman, a loving mother and a pleasant neighbor.
Her son, Will, is a locomotive engineer on the Missouri Pacific. Her son, E. L. BENCINI, is one of the officials of the Egyptian Iron Works in Murphysboro.
Robert C. Riseling, Murphysboro, age 20; Louis L. Hutchcraft, Benton, age 18
Dewey Sims, Herrin, age 24; VIola Porter, Carthage, Mo, age 24
Baby Found Dead. Albert, infant son of Mr. & Mrs. Henry MILES, colored, was found dead in bed at their home on Bridge street Sunday afternoon about two o'clock. The baby was less than 24 hours old. Coroner W. S. FORSHEE got a jury and held the inquest Monday morning, the verdict being that death was due to unknown causes, probably heart trouble.
Marry In Murphysboro. Miss Viola PORTER of Carthage, Mo., and Dewey SIMMS of Herrin, were married Saturday evening at 9:30 at the M. E. parsonage by Rev. O. L. MARKMAN. Mrs. Simms is a daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Edmond PORTER. Mr. Simms is employed in Herrin as assistant labor foreman of a construction Co., and is a son of Mr. & Mrs. Dewey SIMMS. They will reside in Herrin.
Automobile Smash. Out on Eighth street Saturday night Robert RISELING's Ford racer was wrecked on meeting a big car which the driver failed to avoid hitting. Another large car had some kind of smashup on North Eighth street the same night. Reports are that no on was injured in either case.
Ben Herr's Father Dead. Bennie HERR, machinst at the Mobile & Ohio shops, in Murphysboro, got a message early Sunday morning stating that his father had lost his life at Washington, Ind., and Bennie left for that town Sunday afternoon. The telegram gave no particulars. His father was employed at Baltimore & Ohio storeroom superintendent at Washington.
Marry At Midnight. Miss Rose WALTERS and Robert M. LANE were united in holy wedlock at the parsonage of the First Baptist church, Rev. H. T. ABBOTT officiating. The couple arrived at the minister's home at exactly 12 o'clock Saturday night and were married a few minutes later. The bride is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Dan WALTERS, residents of this city. The groom is a son of Mr. & Mrs. Thom. LANE, north of this city. The groom is a young farmer. The happy couple left for a honeymoon in St. Louis.
Marry at Murphy. Saturday afternoon, June 25, 1921, Justice of the Peace J. P. CHAMBERLAIN performed the wedding ceremong of Andrew CONNELL and Miss Eloise JENT of Marion, Ill. Dr. STREIGEL and E. L. EDWARDS of this city witnessed the ceremony. The groom is employed in the mines at Marion and is an energetic young man with an ambition to succeed in life. He is the son of Chas. CONNELL of Marion, where he was raised. The bride is a very charming young lady. She was gowned in a very pretty dress of white. She was born in West Frankfort but was reared and educated in Marion, Ill. They will be at home to their friends in Marion, Ill.
Injured Great Toe. A. J. ROBERTS who severely hurt the great toe of his right foot last Thursday and has been detained at his home since, was able to go to the Roberts store Monday morning. While assisting in carrying Mrs. Thomas CARRIER to an ambulance last Thursday to place her in St. Andrew's hospital. Mr. Roberts was walking backward down the concrete steps at the Carrier home when his foot slipped off one step and came down heavily on the next lower step, dislocating the toe joint or fracturing a bone.
Two From The Dale. The Carbondale Free Press in commenting on a Republican-Era article telling of Frederick HERBERT graduating from Harvard law school and mentioning that he was the first Jackson county boy to graduate at that institution, relates that two Carbondale men have graduated from Harvard and one of them is now a member of Harvard faculty. However, as local information has it, neither of the Carbondale gentlemen are Harvard law school graduates. That university has several other colleges than that of law.
Bailey WEST, our mail carrier, has been absent from the route for a few days on account of ill health.
Mrs. Lydia WATSON, who has been in Little Rock, Ark., with her daughter, Leona, who underwent an operation is home again. She expects her daughter in a week or so when she is able to make the trip.
Alva BAKER is in County Line and New Hope cutting his wheat. Mrs. A. D. BAKER of County Line is at the Damron and Baker homes while he is away.
Mrs. L. D. MAGNUM spent Monday evening with her mother, Mrs. J. W. DAMRON.
Geo. PATRICK and Ralph McLEAN of Carterville, Frank PATRICK and Willie FROST of Zion were through here last week enroute to Missouri and a fishing trip combined.
Clarence and Dee BAKER of County Line and Alva BAKER of this place were at Abie BAKER's at Goreville last week to get a binder they had recently purchased from him.
Messrs. W. J. and R. M. DAMRON attended the Mason lodge at Lick Creek Saturday evening.
J. W. MANN is on the sick list.
Mr. & Mrs. Holly TRIPP of Wayside called on Mrs. Alva BAKER a few moments Thursday evening.
Mr. & Mrs. Sidney TERRY and children of Goreville, Mr. & Mrs. Abie BAKER and children of near Goreville called at the R. M. DAMRON and Alva BAKER homes Saturday.
The members of this neighborhood met at new Liberty Thursday afternoon and cleaned off the cemetery.
Mrs. Annie WATSON and nephew, Vern GARNER, called at Elmer WEBB's Saturday morning on business.
Mr. & Mrs. David HUNSAKER and daughter, Lillie, Mr. & Mrs. Ray HUNSAKER of Cottage Home was through here Wednesday enroute to Anna.
Those who spent Sunday with Mr. & Mrs. Charles BLACK were Mr. & Mrs. Bert HAGLER and children, Beulah, Dale, Carry Frances, Carl and Elmer, Mr. & Mrs. William BLACK of Benton, Mrs. Edith SCOTT and Muriel BROWN.
Mrs. Ellen LIPE took dinner with Mr. & Mrs. James LAMBERT Sunday.
Mrs. Charles RUNION and children, Dorothy, Kenneth and William, spent from Friday until Saturday the guests of her brother, Mr. & Mrs. Camel LIPE, of Murphysboro.
Miss Bessie HANEY spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. P. D. DALBY.
Those who spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. & Mrs. James LAMBERT were Mrs. Flint BUTCHER and dauthter, Vera, William and George HAGLER and Ruth RUNION.
Misses Louise and Verna LAMBERT spent Saturday night with Wilma DALBY.
P. D. DALBY left Saturday night for Jackson, Tenn., where he will spend a few days.
Mr. & Mrs. Fred LIPE and daughter, Imogene, of Murphysboro, spent from Saturday until Sunday with her parents, Mr. & Mrs. James LIPE.
Millie LAW of Poplar Ridge passed through our vicinity Sunday.
Miss Mae BUTCHER of Murphysboro spent from Saturday until Sunday with home folks.
Mr. & Mrs. Fred LIPE and daughter, Imogene, of Murphysboro took dinner with her parents, Mr. & Mrs. James LAMBERT, Saturday.
Troy HANEY and Odell LAMBERT attended the ice cream social at Harvey LIPE's Saturday night.
Glenn HANEY spent Sunday with home folks.
Ted LIPE spent Saturday night with his brother, Mr. & Mrs. Leslie LIPE, of Murphysboro.
Miss Chloe LAMBERT spent from Wednesday until Thursday, the guests of her sister, Mrs. Fred LIPE of Murphysboro.
The Forks of Muddy
Mr. & Mrs. Marrison SHIRLEY and daughter Velma, spent Sunday with Mr. & Mrs. Clarence SHIRLEY.
Mr. & Mrs. Maurice HOLLERAN and children and Mrs. Wm. HOLLERAN and Howard HARRIS visited Mr. & Mrs. Luther DEASON of Royalton Saturday evening.
The party at Fred FOSSELL's was well attended Saturday night.
John JARVIS and sons have begun their work at the saw mill after two weeks' absence making hay.
Mrs. Wm. MURRAY is on the sick list this week.
Tom ADAMS of Hurst is running the tractor for the Shirley boys during the wheat harvest.
Mr. & Mrs. Luther DEASON of Royalton and Mr. & Mrs. Maurice HOLLERAN and children spent Sunday at the latter's parents Mr. & Mrs. Wm. HOLLERAN.
Quite a few young folks of this place attended the street carnival at Hurst Saturday night.
A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Orville IRVIN Sunday June 19th.
Miss Anna CAVER spent Sunday in Carbondale with relatives.
Mrs. Lucy TREECE spent a few days in Carbondale with her sister.
Mr. & Mrs. Fred KENNEY and daughter, Helen, of East St. Louis are visiting Mrs. Kinney's parents, Mr. & Mrs. T. H. PEAK.
Mrs. C. L. MILLER returned home from Grand Tower Sunday after spending two weeks with Mr. & Mrs. Ralph HUTHMACHER.
James MILLER and Simon SHADOWENS have each purchased a new Dodge auto.
Mr. & Mrs. Howard MILLER and Mr. & Mrs. Homer KEARNS of Valier, motored in Carbondale Saturday evening.
D. F. BENNETT has been in St. Louis the past few days where he was sent as a delegate from the M. W. of A.
Mrs. Elva HALL who has been quite sick for the past week is able to be out again.
Burt McMURPHY of Boskeydelly came down Monday evening and did some work on the switchboard at the central office.
Mr. & Mrs. David KELLY and son departed for their home in Oklahoma Wednesday. They were to visit relatives in Overland, Mo., for a few days.
Sheridan PULCHER of East Carondolet assisted his father with wheat harvest several days last week.
Mr. & Mrs. J. W. GRAFF and children, Esther and Lorin, visited friends in Murphysboro Saturday evening.
Mr. & Mrs. Louis PULCHER and family called on Mr. & Mrs. J. H. PULCHER and family Saturday evening.
Lillian PULCHER was the guest of Miss Amanda WORTHEN Sunday.
Andrew CRISLER is assisting J. W. G RAFF with hay harvest this week.
Sheridan PULCHER spent Saturday night with Lathe ROBINSON.
Mr. & Mrs. John GRAFF called on Mr. & Mrs. Joseph GRAFF Sunday evening.
Mr. & Mrs. John BOUCHER were business visitors in Murphysboro Saturday.
Mr. & Mrs. Herman MARSHll and Mr. & Mrs. Ezra MARSHALL spent Saturday evening in Murphysboro.
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph PULCHER and children and Miss Lucille GRAFF and Valley CHILDERS spent Sunday with Mr. & Mrs. Joseph GRAFF and family.
Edgar CAMPBELL of DuQuoin visited his parents, Mr. & Mrs. R. J. CAMPBELL last Sunday.
Isaac JARRETT attended a meeting of the community high school board at Vergennes Wednesday night.
Miss Nellie WOODS and little cousin of Carterville spent last Friday at the home of Mr. & Mrs. James NICHOLS.
Robert ATKINS and family of Murphysboro, Ed BOST and family and Ota CORNETT and family visited Mr. & Ms. Ben PORTER Sunday.
Ed BUTLER and son, Robert, of Elkville, are assisting Robert MORGAN with his hay making this week.
Mr. & Mrs. Heber HORSTMAN spent Sunday in Murphysboro with his parents, Dr. & Mrs. HORSTMAN.
Mrs. Ada CORGAN of Denver, Colo., is spending this week with her sister, Mrs. Ben PORTER.
James NICHOLS and sons are getting ready to commence threshing wheat the last of the week.
Social & Personal
Miss Helen BOWERS of Ava spent Saturday in this city visiting friends.
W. G. SHAW returned Saturday from a several days visit in Chicago.
Mrs. C. O. MOLZ of North street is ill at her home.
Mrs. Hattie HATHAWAY of Hardy street is ill at her home.
Miss Ruth McELHINEY of Kenney, Ill., arrived in this city Sunday and is the guest of Miss Lucile BIERER.
Manager Adrian LEVY of the Levy Merchantile Co., spent Sunday in Chicago buying stock for his store.
Mrs. S. H. NEACE of West Frankfort spent Saturday evening in this city visiting friends.
Mrs. Val McCORMICK of Oraville spent Saturday evening in this city shopping and visiting relatives.
Mr. & Mrs. George KOENIG and children of Moffatt, Colorado, are in this city visiting relatives.
F. D. BOHANNON went to Anna Sunday and is the guest of his parents, Mr. & Mrs. A. D. BOHANNON.
Mr. & Mrs. William KELLY and Miss Lillian McKABE spent Sunday in Grand Tower on pleasure.
Frank ALBERTS of South 16th street was a pleasure visitor in Harrisburg Saturday.
S. N. FADEM returned Sunday evening from St. Louis where he spent the day visiting relatives.
Lloyd SMITH and Dave FRIEDMAN motored to Harrisburg Sunday and attended the ball game.
Miss Ruth COLLINS and Ed SCHMIDGALL motored to Marion Sunday and visited friends.
Mrs. M. M. MORALEE is ill at her home on Edith street.
Louie MARLO spent Sunday in Harrisburg attending the ball game.
Mrs. John ETHERTON of Pomona was a business visitor in Murphysboro Monday morning.
Mrs. Joseph HOOKER of Aldridge went to Pomona this morning to visit relatives.
Martin FREDERICK of St. Louis returned home this morning after spending the week end here visiting friends.
Mrs. Aver CRIPPS of Etherton spent a few hours in this city shopping Monday morning.
Mrs. Maude PIRTLE of Logan street went to Pomona Monday morning to visit her father, Ed GEARHART.
Mrs. Ida MERRIMAN of Illinois avenue went to Jonesboro this morning to spend a few days as a guest of relatives.
Mr. & Mrs. Robert STRICKLAND, Misses Pearl STRICKLAND and Dora CARBAUGH spent Sunday afternoon in Carbondale visiting friends.
Mrs. Eunice LANNON of 15th and Manning streets, is enjoying her annual vacation. Mrs. Lannon is employed as saleslady at the Foss Martell dry goods store.
Charles PRICE has returned from Cairo, where he has been the past few weeks working at the Flack & May store. Mr. Price is a salesman at the Flack & May store in this city.
Mrs. Arthur GUINN of Pomona returned home this morning after spending a few days here as the guest of her brother, Yona FLEMINGS.
Mr. & Mrs. M. M. MORALEE, Mr. & Mrs. Chas. McCARTHY AND C. ASHMAN motored to Harrisburg Sunday and attended the ball game.
Mr. & Mrs. Joe THOMPSON and family of Marion motored to this city Sunday and spent the day visiting Mr. & Mrs. Joe CONNELLY of Gartside street.
Robert MINTON, Jr., who has been quite ill for the past week, is improving nicely.
Myrle and Andrew BECK have returned from a weeks visit in DuQuoin with relatives.
Mr. & Mrs. B. JENKINS and daughter Miss Mae SORRELS of Murphysboro motored to DuQuoin Sunday and spent the day visiting relatives.
Mrs. G. W. ROBERTS returned to this city Saturday evening from a two weeks visit in Danville and Chicago. Mrs. Roberts reports a delightful trip.
James DUNCAN of Christopher arrived in this city Monday morning to spend a few days visiting relatives.
John STACKERT of Cairo is in this city visiting his siter, Mrs. Elizabeth JONES, of Poplar street.
Miss Frances WOLFF of Marion spent Sunday in this city visiting her sister, Miss MYRIAL of Spruce street.
Miss Ida CAMPBELL of Pinckneyville arrived in this city Sunday to visit her brother, Ed CAMPBELL, who is seriously ill.
Mrs. Cecil COLLISTER and son, Howard, leave today for Albuquerque, N. Mexico., for a visit of 2 months. During this time they will spend two weeks in Oklahoma City, Okla.
Mr. & Mrs. James STEVENSON and daughters, Betty and Mary Evelyn, spent Sunday in Grand Tower on pleasure.
Mr. & Mrs. Charles WARD and daughter, Mary Evelyn, Mrs. Lonie BAHR, and Mr. & Mrs. Frank BAHR motored to Herrin Sunday and spent the day visiting friends and relatives.
Mrs. Thomas ULRICH and sons, Junior and Jack, of 1504 Edith street, returned Sunday evening from a several days visit in Kankakee where they have been visiting her sister, Miss Grace CROWELL.
Mr. & Mrs. H. P. FAY returned Sunday evening rom Evansville where they spent the week end with Mr. & Mrs. A. P. WOLFF at the Wolff Den on the Okaw river. Mr. & Mrs. Wolff and family will return this evening.
Sheriff James W. GIBSON was in attendance at the Carbonale city court Monday morning.
Miss Celia HERRING who has been quite ill as a result of a wisdom tooth, was considerably improved Monday according to her father, Fire Chief Albert HERRING.
Mr. & Mrs. H. A. BASTIEN and family of Edith street went to St. Louis where they will spend several weeks visiting relatives and friends.
Joe ALLEN of Carbondale was a pleasure visitor in this city Sunday.
Herman JACOBS spent Sunday in Grand Tower on business.
Mrs. Eldora WINTERS went to St. Louis Saturday evening and spent the week end visiting friends.
Mrs. Clara TICE and sister, Mrs. TAVEGGIA and friends, were pleasure visitors at Boulton Springs Sunday.
Mr. & Mrs. E. A. WILLIS motored to Harrisburg Sunday and attended the ball game.
Misses Maude VAN TREESE and Louise DAUMN spent Sunday in Carterville visiting Mrs. Henry BIGGS.
Mrs. William FOX of St. Louis returned to her home in St. Louis after spending a few days in this city as the guest of Mrs. J. J. HARPER, Sunday.
Rev. I. B. SIPES of Oraville was a business visitor in this city Monday morning.
Miss Ruth JENKINS of Spruce street returned to her home Sunday after a visit of several weeks in Marion with relatives.
Mrs. John LOY of Herrin is in this city visiting her sister, Mrs. H. STAUDT of Murphy street, and her parents Mr. & Mrs. HAMSON of Walnut street.
Mr. & Mrs. C. A. ASHMUND motored to Harrisburg Sunday and witnessed the ball game between Murphysboro and Harrisburg.
Will GLENN of North 15th street spent Sunday in Granite City visiting Mr. & Mrs. Ray MILLIGAN.
Miss Bessie COLLINS of Edith street who has been ill for the past three weeks, was much improved this morning.
Miss Kate APPEL of St. Louis arrived in this city Saturday evening is in the guest of her sister, Mrs. Harry BOLEN, of 15th and Pine streets.
W. T. MERRITT who is employed in Mt. Vernon, spent Sunday in this city visiting his family on South 13th street.
Mr. & Mrs. H. R. McLAUGHLIN and daughter, Miss Kathleen, of Edith street, spent Sunday in Anna visiting relatives.
Mr. & Mrs. Gus SCHLEISSER and daughter, Helen, and Ben McINTOSH of Cape Girardeau, spent Sunday in this city visiting Mr. Schleisser's brother, Carl, of 13th street.
Miss Mabel McCLINTOCK and Robert McCLINTOCK of Jackson, Tenn., are visiting with their uncle and aunt, Mr. & Mrs. J. J. HARPER, of Division street.
Mr. & Mrs. Charles BROWN of Cora City spent Saturday and Sunday in this city visiting their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph ROLLO, of Division street.
Mr. & Mrs. Joe RICHARDS of Bennington, Kansas, who have been the guests of Mr. & Mrs. Ralph ROLLO of Division street, went to Cora City Sunday morning to spend several days visiting relatives.
Owen MOFFATT of Pinckneyville spent a few hours in this city Saturday visiting his sister, Miss Mary Agnes, and cousin, Mary WOLFF of Mulberry street. He returned home the same evening.
Miss Ethel and Leila CHAPMAN spent Sunday in Grand Tower as the guests of their cousin, Miss Emily DIXON.
Mrs. M. E. LUSTER of New Albany, Ind., who has been the guest of friends in this city for the past few days went to Carterville to visit relatives.
Miss Nora CLARK entertained as her guests Sunday, Mr. & Mrs. C. O. WARD, her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. Ed SULLIVAN, and Miss Ruby ROBERTS of Harrison. In the afternoon they motored to Carbondale and visited friends for a few hours.
Mrs. D. T. WALTERS of Tamms passed through this city Monday morning enroute home after spending a few days in Carbondale visiting her son, W. H. WALTERS, and family.
Mrs. H. WILSON o Nineteenth and Edith streets, has tonsilitis.
Mrs. W. C. ALEXANDER of Walnut street is ill.
Mrs. Oscar LUTZ of Twenty-first and Spruce streets is ill at her home.
Mrs. A. R. CARTER of west Walnut street is ill at her home. She has tonsilitis.
Mrs. H. T. ADAMS of Bush was among the shoppers in this city Monday.
Miss Minnie FAUTH of 227 South Eighteenth street will depart Tuesday morning for Denver, Colorado, where she will spend several weeks visiting relatives. Miss Fauth is enjoying her annual vacation from the Young Dry Goods store where she is employed as saleslady.
Misses Gladys and Mildred HEIPLE of 2016 Spruce street will depart Tuesday morning for Boulder, Colo., where they will enter the University of Colorado, and will take a several weeks course. Miss Gladys will take lessons in primary instruction, music and English, while Mildred will study music and English. Both are prominent teachers in Jackson county. They will also visit other points of interest in Colorado. In July they will go to Cheyenne, Wyoming and attend the Frontier Days. While in Boulder they will be with Miss Alma CROCKER, a former teacher of this city. Miss Crocker is now teaching school in a ranch town just outside of Boulder. They will return September the first.
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